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Oracle 11g RAC Virtual Appliance for ESX 3.x

In the coming days/weeks, I will be making several copies of Oracle 11g RAC virtual appliances (Versions on Windows 2003 R2, Linux and Solaris). Obviously since I am not allowed to distribute the copies of the proprietary software, I will extend my help to all users and enthusiasts via our "Avastu Appliances Exchange Channel", which I will be launching soon.

If you are wanting to deploy Oracle 10g RAC on VMware ESX server and need Avastu's professional experience, then please mail to support[at]avastu[dot]com and we will certainly deliver a perfect solution for you.

Why would you be interested in Avastu Appliances? That's why!

  • Avastu OK Appliances (fully tested and supported)

  • 30 years of (combined) industry experience

  • Honesty and Reliability

  • Customized & Production Ready

  • Deployment & Remote Management

  • Collaboration with Industry Leaders

  • In any case, keep watching TarryBlogging for the Oracle 11g RAC VA developments!


    Tarry Singh


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